Alan Spearman, Associated Press
Memphis' Joey Dorsey dunks next to Siena guard Ronald Moore.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Jeff Robinson scored 20 points and Chris Douglas-Roberts added 19 to lead No. 2 Memphis to a 102-58 victory over Siena on Thursday night.

Joey Dorsey hit all five of his shots, scored 12 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and blocked four shots for the Tigers (12-0), who won their 39th straight home game.

Memphis connected on 11 shots from 3-point range in the first half and built a 25-point lead.

Kenny Hasbrouck led Siena (7-5) with 18 points.

Memphis finished with 11 blocks and forced 15 turnovers.

The Tigers led by as many as 46 points.

No. 5 UCLA 76, No. 24 STANFORD 67: At Stanford, Calif., Josh Shipp scored 21 points and sparked a second-half surge for UCLA in the Pac-10 opener for both teams. Shipp hit five 3-pointers, including one with four minutes left that gave the Bruins (13-1) an 11-point lead. Russell Westbrook added 15 points for the defending Pac-10 champions, who won their sixth straight game and beat Stanford for the fourth time in five meetings.

No. 10 MARQUETTE 96, PROVIDENCE 67: At Milwaukee, Dominic James scored 21 points and Lazar Hayward added 17 for the Golden Eagles in the Big East opener for both teams. Marquette (11-1) won its seventh straight game because it was too fast and too deep for Providence (9-4), which had a four-game winning streak snapped. The Friars were missing starting point guard Sharaud Curry and backup Dwain Williams due to injuries. Ousmane Barro had a season-high 14 points to go with nine rebounds, both well above his averages, for Marquette.

No. 15 VANDERBILT 76, RICE 58: At Nashville, Tenn., Shan Foster had 24 points and five rebounds and Vanderbilt remained undefeated. The Commodores (14-0) forced a season-high 24 turnovers and extended the best start in the program's 108-year history. Vanderbilt won their first 12 games in 2003-04 en route to the regional semifinals of the NCAA tournament.

DEPAUL 84, No. 17 VILLANOVA 76: At Rosemont, Ill., Draelon Burns scored 20 points and Karron Clarke added 14 for DePaul in the Big East opener for both teams. The Blue Demons (5-7), who had the worst non-conference record among the 16 conference schools, opened an 18-8 lead and extended it to 40-25 with 14 seconds left in the half on Clarke's alley-oop dunk off an inbounds play from the baseline. Corey Fisher had 23 points for Villanova (10-2).

No. 21 ARIZONA 76, OREGON ST. 63: At Tucson, Ariz., Jordan Hill had 20 points and 14 rebounds and Arizona pulled away in the teams' Pac-10 opener. Nic Wise, starting in place of injured freshman point guard Jarryd Bayless, scored 17 points on 7-of-9 shooting for the Wildcats (10-3), who rallied from a seven-point deficit in the second half. Chase Budinger of the Wildcats missed seven of his first eight shots then came alive late for 11 points over the final six minutes to finish with 20.

CALIFORNIA 92, No. 22 USC 82: At Berkeley, Calif., Eric Vierneisel made consecutive 3-pointers for California to break open a one-point game midway through the second half. Vierneisel was 6-for-35 on 3-pointers this season before hitting the two from long range that put Cal (10-2, 1-0 Pac-10) up 72-65 with 5:44 to go. That started a 15-3 run that carried the Golden Bears to their fourth win in 12 conference openers under coach Ben Braun. Patrick Christopher had 24 points for Cal and Vierneisel had a career-high 15.